With its gabled roof, clear strains, and all-black exterior, this contemporary Dutch dike home by Arjen Reas Architects attracts on the encircling architectural heritage whereas pushing the type ahead.
The home, situated on an embankment within the village of Lijnden within the Netherlands, is clad in a black timber facade and a black steel roof. However there’s additionally a ton of glass—together with a protruding vertical window within the entrance and a wall of glass within the rear—to benefit from each waterway and Amsterdam views.
In basic Dutch dike home type, the residence is organized into a number of ranges throughout two flooring. The bottom ground accommodates an elevated TV room with steps all the way down to the open front room, eating room, and black-and-white kitchen overlooking the deck. Upstairs, the bedrooms and bogs supply a extra personal area.
The home is full of moody grays and blues that distinction in opposition to the crisp, white particulars and fashionable furnishings. It’s a good-looking mix of homey and up to date.